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Season by Season History of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 2002
Before the start of training camp and the official kickoff of the 2014 Buccaneers season, Bucs Nation will take you through every season in Buccaneers history, one by one, to paint the whole picture of how the Buccaneers got to where they are today.
Rutgers Scarlet Knights
Football: Q and A with Assistant Coach Bob Fraser
Even when Bob Fraser was 1,100 miles away in Tampa coaching in the NFL the past two years, Rutgers was never far from him.
Buccaneers' top play winner: Brooks' INT
Score: 48-21 Date: Jan. 26, 2003. Site: Qualcomm Stadium We have a winner. The voters picked Derrick Brooks' 44-yard interception return in the Buccaneers' Super Bowl XXXVII victory against the Raiders as the most memorable play in Bucs history, and I respectfully question their selection.
Season by Season History of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 2000
The Buccaneers orchestrated a huge trade before the 2000 season to attempt to move from title-game losers to Super Bowl champions.
Bucs' top plays: Jurevicius' catch
This is one of three nominations for the most memorable play in team history. In the next two days we'll feature: Derrick Brooks' interception return for a touchdown in Super Bowl XXXVII, and Ronde Barber's interception return for a touchdown in the 2002 NFC Championship Game.
Bucs' top plays: Brooks' INT return
This is one of three nominations for the most memorable play in Tampa Bay Buccaneers history.
Buccaneers Position Previews: Assessing the Depth Chart at Cornerback
The Buccaneers let go of the best cornerback in the NFL this offseason, but does that make the position worse overall? The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have a new coach, a new GM, and have spread a new sense of optimism with a lot of fans, who believe the team is better now than it was under Greg Schiano.
Monday Round-Up: Seahawks secondary among all-time best?
On Seattle's secondary, Tanier says , "That was easy. Here's a harder question: Where do the Seahawks rank among the greatest secondaries of all time? Too soon, you say? I disagree, and over at the Tailgater blog, I am ready to put them in the all-time Top Five ."